Braddock Redux

Braddock, PA   |  http://www.BraddockRedux.org

Mission

To mobilize teens, young adults, and likeminded people of all ages from both within and outside the community for the purpose of the overall betterment of the Braddock area through employment and training opportunities, art initiatives, green initiatives, the creative re-use of existing structures, and through the flexibility to respond to other opportunities that arise.

Ruling year info

2003

Principal Officer

John Fetterman

Main address

416 Library Street

Braddock, PA 15104 USA

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EIN

51-0446626

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Urban, Community (S31)

Arts Service Activities/Organizations (A90)

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Youth Engagement

According to the 2000 census, Braddock has the highest childhood poverty rate in Allegheny County, minus the city of Pittsburgh. Youth living in the Tri-Boro area are twice as likely to exhibit antisocial behaviors than other youth in Pennsylvania. Braddock Redux engages this population of at-risk youth directly. We host social activities for youth, create connections with artists and green organizations to provide unique experiences, and assist organizations, like the Braddock Youth Project, that provide high quality employment and training experiences to young people.

Population(s) Served

Because Braddock has list ninety percent of its building stock, it is critical to preserve and maintain what remains of the town's architectural legacy. It is just as important to prevent re-usable structures from further deterioration and eventual demolition. We believe that many of Braddock's vacant buildings can and should be re-purposed so they can be put to the highest, best use for the community. We have completed the renovation of the Library Street First Presbyterian Church into a Community Center. Braddock Redux's next large-scale project is renovating the Ohringer Building on Braddock Avenue.

Population(s) Served

Because we believe that high quality art and environmental stewardship can propel positive change, Braddock Redux strives to facilitate art projects and green initiatives. Our goals include the following: Art Projects * Facilitate the creation and installation of high quality works of art in Braddock; and * Provide venues for artists to display their art and to work with area youth. Green Initiatives * Seek funding to enable the use of green technologies in renovated buildings; * Encourage green entrepreneurs and businesses to relocate to Braddock; * Facilitate the transformation of vacant lots into green space, community gardens, and urban farms; and * Support and promote the concept of "growing local."

Population(s) Served

Braddock has lost ninety percent of its population since its heyday mid-century. Braddock Redux strives to address this issue by: * Attracting artists and urban homesteaders to work and live in the community; * Providing studio space for artists and office space for small businesses; * Hosting volunteers at service projects that result in meaningful change and an incentive to return to the borough; and * Connecting people to each other and to resources.

Population(s) Served

We believe that a community is far more robust if its members collaborate. By organizing events for people to socialize, eat, and relax together, Braddock Redux provides the venues to connect islands of talent, resources, and need.

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Braddock Redux

Board of directors
as of 06/02/2014
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. John Fetterman

Braddock Mayor's Office

Term: 2007 - 2011

John Fetterman

Braddock Mayor's Office

Jebediah Feldman

County Econ Dev

Elizabeth Stern

Retired

Helen Wachter

KEYS Service Corps-AmeriCorps

Tonya Markiewicz